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Revista del Nacional (Itauguá)

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CUENCA TORRES, Osmar et al. Surgical bile duct injuries. Rev. Nac. (Itauguá) [online]. 2013, vol.5, n.1, pp.50-52. ISSN 2072-8174.

ABSTRACT Introduction: iatrogenic lesions of the biliary duct are complex clinical situations, generally produced by surgeons in usually healthy patients associated with significant morbidity and low, but not negligible mortality. Objective: To describe the clinical characteristics associated with surgical bile duct injury. Materials and Methods: descriptive, retrospective study on a series of 8 patients treated for surgical injury of the bile duct at the General Surgery Service of the National Hospital (Itauguá) by reviewing medical records in a period from January 2007 to January 2012. Results: 10 patients with bile duct injury were gathered, 8 women (80%), mean age 43 years (range 16-72 years). Initial surgery for all patients was cholecystectomy, in 4 patients (40%) emergency surgery for acute cholecystitis was performed and in 6 patients (60%) elective surgery for a chronic calculous gallbladder disease. In 9 cases the injury occurred in conventional open surgery and 1 patient was during the course of a video laparoscopy cholecystectomy. Conclusion: The bile duct injury was iatrogenic and associated to elective cholecystectomy for chronic calculous gallbladder disease performed by conventional open surgery.

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